Cooking Classes in Savannah


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Savannah Morning News featured Kitchens on the Square. Paula Deen is said to use kitchen equipment from the kitchen store. Four Google Mappers give Kitchens on the Square an average of 4 stars.
38 Barnard St
Savannah,
GA
US
When you visit Kurama, you?re not just a diner. You?re also a spectator, watching sushi chefs slice each roll and feeling the heat of tableside flames as teppanyaki steak glides through fire. From spicy tuna sashimi to hibachi-seared filet mignon and ribeye, the menu brims with edible?and observable?feats and feasts. To get even more involved with meals, guests can enroll in one of Kurama?s sushi-making classes, or live in one of the small studio apartments on top of the chefs? red hats.
9 Palmetto Bay Rd
Hilton Head Island,
SC
US
When it came time to design The Coastal Cupboard?s demo kitchen, owner Brad Pitner shied away from industrial-grade appliances, opting instead for the kind of layout you?d find in your average home kitchen. That decision reflects the Cupboard?s mission to make gourmet cooking accessible to all. To that end, Mr. Pitner and his staff of gourmands stock a vast selection of cooking gadgets, bakeware, and cutlery by top-tier brands such as Zwilling, J.A. Henckels, and Kuhn Rikon. Staff members are happy to walk customers through each product?s function and share their own favorite gadgets and dish towels with sentimental value. They also stock gourmet foods such as small-batch wines, baking mixes, sauces, and rubs. Customers have a chance to see those tools and ingredients in action during the store?s weekly cooking classes. Most are led by in-house chef Bryan Breland, who tailors his class offerings to suit the interests of customers. Bryan has a heart for people and a passion for food. He makes classes fun, relaxed, and approachable. He brings a french twist to Lowcountry classics, while also mastering southwestern and asian-inspired dishes.
644 Long Point Rd
Mount Pleasant,
SC
US
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